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    We are, once again, launching our popular #upliftingimage digital photography competition. The theme this year is Contentment - what does it mean to you. We want to reach out to more people than ever before to challenge the stigma and discrimination still associated with mental health. The competition closes on October 10, 2018.

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    Developing world class mental health facilities

    Find out more about our plans to develop two new hospitals at Springfield and Tolworth

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    We are now a totally smokefree Trust 

    This new smokefree policy will help protect patients, staff and visitors from the dangers of secondhand smoke

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    Join us at our Annual Public Meeting

    Come and join us at our APM on Thursday 13 September from 5pm at Springfield University Hospital.

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Peter Molyneux

Chairman

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Peter has been Chair since 2011. He brings a wide range of experience to the role having been Chair of NHS Kensington and Chelsea and Chair of the Audit Committee at NHS Southwark.

 

Peter is passionate about the importance of housing and employment to someone’s recovery and has worked to promote greater integration between these and mental health services. He is a Visiting Fellow at the John Madejski Centre for Reputation Management at Henley Business School, a Board Member of Recovery Focus and a Stonewall Ambassador. He is Chair of the London Mental Health and Employment Partnership. He chairs the Remuneration Committee. 

 

Professor Andy Kent

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Andy was appointed as one of our non-executive directors in August 2012.

Andy is Executive Dean of the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education, a joint enterprise between Kingston University and St George's, University of London, that trains nurses,  including mental health nurses, occupational therapists, social workers, midwives, other allied health professionals and teachers.

Andy trained in Medicine at Guy's Hospital Medical School and then in Psychiatry at St George's, where he subsequently worked as an academic psychiatrist specialising in mental health service delivery and undergraduate medical education.

Andy has worked in every borough served by the Trust, most recently as the Trust's specialist perinatal psychiatrist. He retired from clinical practice in 2016 to focus more on his university leadership role. He has just completed an MBA at the University of Warwick.

 

Dr Ali Hasan

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Dr Ali joined us in May 2015. He trained as a doctor at St George's Hospital Medical School, and practiced medicine in teaching hospitals in London.

 

He also was involved in research, teaching, and other endeavours during training and clinical practice. He subsequently joined McKinsey & Company, then worked as Regional Medical Director at Bupa, and also undertook independent advisory work and was a board member of Parafricta, a medical products company. He is currently Clinical Operations Director at Vitality Health. He is also Director at the Healthcare Purchasing Alliance, and Chairman at CCSD. In addition to being a physician, Ali is also a Member of the Faculty of Public Health and a Fellow of the Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management. 

 

Jean Daintith

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Jean joined us as non-executive director in November 2011, having previously been on a PCT Board.

 

Jean trained as a social worker and has over 40 years' experience working for local government in housing and social services, including children's and adult's social care. She was a Director of Social Services in both the North West and in London until 2012.  Jean then chaired a Local Safeguarding Children Board for five years.  Jean is a Trustee of Change, Grow, Live and a Trustee of Open Age.

 

 

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